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125 A MICROFLUIDIC DEVICE FOR BLOOD SEPARATION AND CELL MORPHOLOGY ANALYSIS USING ACOUSTIC MICROSTREAMING AND HYDRODYNAMIC PRINCIPLES
Fluid couplings can also act as hydrodynamic brakes, dissipating rotational energy as heat through frictional forces .
Hydrodynamic interactions between ships, together with other influences, especially ship drift, are important to avoid ship accidents and incidents in narrow channels (PIANC 1995; 1997, 2010).
The shot down selfcontained white metal PTFEfaced hydrodynamic bearings, made by Rolls Royce Michell in Newcastle, drew viewers in and brought together a kaleidoscope of colours and a human element.
Application of hydrodynamic cavitation in environmental engineering.
Constructive modeling of structural turbulence and hydrodynamic instabilities.
This therapeutic device has a sophisticated and advanced irrigation system employing hydrodynamic cavitation producing transient radial motion of bubbles wherein the individual manipulates the hand piece of the sealed eye cup irrigator to wash or remove gunk's from his/her eyes.
The concept of hydrodynamic pressure changes in the inner ear has received little attention, but it may represent a new approach to understanding the inner ear and treating inner ear diseases.